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b>NEW YORK/b>: ATT Inc is making a big investment in a nationwide wireless home monitoring service that could potentially add US$1bil (RM3bil) to its annual revenue as part of the No 2 US mobile operator's ongoing effort to expand beyond cellphones.
b>SEOUL/b>: Samsung Electronics made a record US$5.2bil (RM15.6bil) profit in the first quarter, overhauling Nokia as the world's top mobile phone seller, and its Galaxy smartphones outstripped Apple's iPhone at the high end of the market.
b>SINGAPORE/b>: While most attention in the gadget world is on the breakneck pace of innovation in mobile phones, Tablets and computers, another device has resolutely refused to die: The camera.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: A recent acquisition spurt by Facebook Inc may add about a week to the social network's journey to public markets, a source with knowledge of the situation said.
AMAZON, Apple and Twitter were graded poorly in a Greenpeace study of technology titans' use of clean energy to power the mushrooming Internet cloud, but Facebook, Google and Yahoo! won praise.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Facebook will pay US$1bil in cash and stock for Instagram, a two-year-old photo-sharing application developer, in its largest-ever acquisition just months before the No. 1 social media website is expected to go public.
b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Maxis Bhd has launched its Built for SME - Retail package, seeking to empower small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to fully leverage technology via a single provider.
b>SEOUL:/bSamsung Electronics posted record quarterly profit of US$5.15bil (RM15.45bil), driven by booming sales of its smartphones and the Galaxy Note 'phablet,' which it hopes will show it has a flair for innovation to match rival Apple Inc.
DESPITE significant gains over the past year, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is still dragging its feet behind rival smartphone platforms in terms of both market share and application downloads.
b>TORONTO/b>: Research In Motion posted a net loss and its first slump in BlackBerry shipments for its holiday quarter since 2006, as its new CEO announced the initial steps in a strategic overhaul and would not rule out an eventual sale of the company.